WHY DO SOME DO ~ WHAT OTHERS WON'T? IS IT COINCIDENTAL?
How many times do you see others doing what appears to be random acts of kindness?
Would you stop to help someone in need?
Does fear keep you from doing what is right?
Can you trust your instincts?
How many times have you passed a stranded motorist and didn't even stop?
Maybe a person on the street needing help....did you stop?
I would like to think I would stop and help. Many choose though to put on blinders and
move on not wanting to get involved. Has are society become complacent? Have we convinced ourselves that someone else will do it? What would you do?
I know we are surrounded by media coverage of violent images. But how do we judge danger? The way I see it is if the situation could cause harm then I would pass it by ~ a phone call to the right authority will do. If I am confident that I can help and there appears to be no danger signals "maybe" I would stop. Of course, "maybe" is the word. I hope fright wouldn't keep me from doing something right.
Tell us what you would do and why. This could be interesting.